2016 marks the first time we are organising Climb for Rainbows. This event aims to raise public awareness as well as funds to support the families of children who suffer from a range of major chronic and potentially life-threatening illnesses.
You can help our children in Club Rainbow by participating in Climb for Rainbows 2016! Your participation and donations will go towards making a difference in the lives of our beneficiaries and their families.
Be a part of Climb for Rainbows history as our pioneer climbers. REGISTER NOW!
Set up in 1992, Club Rainbow (Singapore) is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide compassionate relevant services to the families of children who suffer from a range of major chronic and potentially life-threatening illnesses.
Children in Club Rainbow range from new-borns to youths up to the age of 20. Many of them require frequent hospital visits for treatment, complicated therapy and long-term medication. Club Rainbow works closely with KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital (KKH), the National University Hospital (NUH) and the neonatal unit of Singapore General Hospital. On the recommendation of doctors, the children are referred to Club Rainbow for critical follow-up support.
Armed with the vision to be the leading service provider that meets the needs of these children and their families, Club Rainbow adopts a holistic approach to help our beneficiaries in 5 core aspects:
We offer an array of free support services to our beneficiaries in each core aspect, some of which include home and hospital counselling as well as tuition services, regular programmes and educational seminars.
We embrace core values in the work we do:
Teamwork | Professionalism | Respect | Integrity | Compassion | Excellence
Club Rainbow (Singapore) is an independent charity that relies largely on corporate and public donations to support our mission and sustain our work and daily operations. Club Rainbow is a full member of the National Council of Social Services and we are registered under the Registry of Societies and Commissioner of Charities. We have also been given the Institute of Public Character (IPC) status by the Ministry of Health. The IPC status enables Club Rainbow to provide tax-exemption receipts for all monetary donations received.